How to Apply
Prospective Students (First-Year Applicants)Prospective first-year students who are interested in admission to the accelerated Honors Law (B.S./J.D.) program must submit the following by August 1:
- Common Application
- Letter of Recommendation
- High School/Secondary School Transcripts
- SAT or ACT test scores (optional)
- B.S./J.D. Supplemental Application
Current Illinois Tech Students and Transfer StudentsAcceptance by Chicago-Kent is automatic for those students who meet the minimum program requirements, which are:
- Maintain a 3.40 cumulative undergraduate GPA.
- Take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) by February of their third undergraduate year at the university if they are in the six-year program or by February of their fourth year at the university if they are not and achieve an LSAT score at or exceeding 150 for the Chicago-Kent entering class.
- Submit a completed application to Chicago-Kent by April 15 of the third undergraduate year if they are in the six-year program or in the fourth undergraduate year if they are not.
- Students who participate in the program but who do not meet the criteria for guaranteed admission are invited to apply through the regular competitive application process for admission to Chicago-Kent after three or four years of undergraduate study. In reviewing such applications, consideration will be given to the student’s participation in the Honors Law Program.